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  • V.
    As an abbreviation, this letter may stand for "Victoria," "volume," or "verb;" also "vide" (see) and "voce". It is also a common abbreviation of "veRsus," in the titles of causes, and reported cases.
  • V.C.
    An abbreviation for "vice-chancellor."
  • V. C. C.
    An abbreviation for "vice-chancellor's court"
  • V. E.
    An abbreviation for "VENDITIONI EXPONAS"
  • V. G.
    An abbreviation for "VERBI GRATIA," for the sake of example.
  • VACANCY
    A place which is empty. The term is principally applied to an inter¬ruption in the incumbency of an office. Tbe term 'Vacancy" applies not only to an interregnum in an existing office, but it aptly and fitly describes the condition of an office when it is first created, and has More...
  • VACANT POSSESSION
    See POSSESSION
  • VACANT SUCCESSION
    See SUCCESSION.
  • VACANTIA BONA
    Lat In the civil law. Goods without an owner, or in which no one claims a property; escheated goods. Inst. 2, 6, 4; 1 Bl. Comm. 298.
  • VACATE
    To annul; to cancel or rescind ; to render an act void; as, to vacate an entry of record, or a judgment.
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